Kansas Vs. South Dakota State: Injury Report From Rock Chalk Talk

The Jayhawks open the 2012 season on Saturday night against South Dakota State at 6:06 p.m. CT at Memorial Stadium. AT&T Jackhawk Access has a live stream if you can't catch it on television.

Also, Rock Chalk Talk provided some analysis for the injury report on both teams. View it here:

The big one to watch for SDSU is the possible injury to QB Austin Sumner. Yes the backup is said to be a serviceable and effective replacement. Yes the backup is a different type of player. Yes this could be gamesmanship. But if it's not, it matters.

On the Kansas side of the ball keep an eye on the right tackle position and any snaps we might see from Riley Spencer. That could be our first indication as to his health and where Gavin Howard truly sits in the rotation. Also watch for Anthony McDonald. It doesn't sound promising that he would play, but if all goes well could we possibly see him take a few snaps?

For more information on Kansas Jayhawks football, pay a visit to Rock Chalk Talk.

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